Resignation comes amid a stepped-up investigation by House Republicans
A close ally of Harry Reid, Obama’s Nuclear Regulatory chairman Gregory Jaczko allegedly verbally abused staffersx
Federal commission’s chairman opposes the licensing: ‘There is still more work’ to be done to ensure safety
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission head is partially to blame for the feds’ failure to secure high-level nuclear waste
‘It’s hard to reach any other conclusion than the White House is in denial about the severity of the situation at the NRC’
Four commissioners say they have ‘grave concerns’ about the panel chairman
Commission split opens path for licensing board to shut down nuclear waste site
NRC claims to have 'robust emergency preparedness program' for floodwater and wildfire risks - CBS News
The NRC head downplays risk from floodwater and wildfires in to nuclear facilities in New Mexico and Nebraska
Controversial nuclear waste decision has been anything but transparent, report says
Several nuclear power plants in the U.S. are located in earthquake zones and/or tsunami zones.
Obama has always opposed nuclear power and he always will.
In February of this year, President Obama announced his support for billions of dollars in loan guarantees for two new nuclear reactors in Georgia. This is the first nuclear power plant project to break ground in nearly three decades
We have neglected the security of our nuclear power plants for many years, entrusting their security to poorly trained and poorly equipped private security guard forces. We have done this despite intelligence dating back at least to 2001 concerning al-Qaida’s interest in an attack on such facilities
NJ terror suspect worked for US nuclear plants - Associated Press
An American seized in Yemen in a sweep of suspected al-Qaida members had been a laborer at six U.S. nuclear power plants
In the president’s State of the Union speech and subsequent 2011 proposed budget, he threw his environmental community supporters a significant curve ball by proposing a significant increase in financial incentives to build more nuclear power plants. The mere mention of nuclear power during the speech was a thinly veiled attempt to bring Republicans on board to support his presently unpopular cap-and-trade proposal languishing in the Senate. The question is whether Republicans can and should trust that the president is sincere on this issue.
Obama Administration set to give out the first loan to build a nuclear power plant in the U.S. in almost thirty years